A short boat ride from the resort brings you to a wonderland of marine life and some of the world’s best diving in clear, warm waters.
Dive depths range from 60-90ft and visibility is typically over 100ft. The currents are generally mild and the water temperature stays a fairly constant low 80 degrees.
The resort has a full-service, certified PADI 5* DIVE RESORT on-site, as well as NITROX capability. You can rent your equipment from us. With a complete range of scuba classes to choose from, you don’t have to be an experienced diver to enjoy the magical undersea attractions. Our house reef makes for easy shore diving and is a delight for non-diving partners to experience the underwater world close-by.
Fiji is known as the Soft coral capital of the world plus you can experience wreck dives.
"TOP DIVE RESORT IN THE WORLD"
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We provide a variety of dive packages to suit you needs.
Our PADI Dive Masters have been exploring these waters since they were children and know every reef and coral head. They will point out to you all the colorful and amazing treasures these waters hold -Blue ribbon eels, clown triggers, lion fish, leaf scorpions, octopus, vivid anthias and fusiliers. Tickle your imagination by exploring shipwrecks of days gone by. For the more adventurous, join us for the incredible shark and big fish encounter where you will see over 9 species of sharks, huge groupers, rays, sea turtles and more!
In cases of diving emergencies, divers will be taken by sea, road or low flying air to the Fiji Decompression Chamber Facility in Suva. Charges vary according to circumstances so it is best to have adequate insurance cover.Book A Dive Online
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